#1
I want to get some pretty nice headphones.
I want them for recording music and also listening to music on my ipod.
I figure that headphones used for recording can also be good for listening to tunes as well.
CORRECT ME IF IM WRONG.
But anyways. What are some pretty decent headphones that are around $60 - $100 U.S.
#2
im not sure i could help u, but go to radioshack, those guys know their **** man.....
#3
Yes, as long as the headphones have the 1/8" input jack, they can be used to listen to your iPod and while recording.

Off the bat, I'm going to suggest Noise-Cancelling headphones. This way, you wont have to turn the volume up so high, and thus wont damage your hearing (this goes more with the iPod).

50 Bucks
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Sony-MDRNC6-Noise-Canceling-Headphones?sku=244749 (noise cancelling)
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Maxell-HPNCII-Noise-Canceling-Headphones?sku=249500 (noise cancelling)
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Sennheiser-HD-212-Pro-HighImpact-Sealed-Headphones?sku=242407 (not noise cancelling)

150 bucks. It's Sennheiser, a very good brand. Very trustworthy.
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Sennheiser-PXC250-Noise-Cancelling-Foldable-Headphones?sku=242415 (noise cancelling)
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#4
dude go to guitar center and get a deal on one instead of buying it full price at radioshack. and get one w/ a connection so u can use it either on 1/8 or 1/4" connections
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